From West Virginia to Oklahoma and Arizona, teachers are on the move!
Rather than viewing this threat as a mere legal battle, labor should take it as a sign that it’s high time to bring back class struggle methods.
Editorial for Socialist Revolution Issue 6: Capitalism beware! The West Virginia teachers and high school students nationwide are leading the charge as the mass movement roars back to life.
The capitalists in the service sector have relied on the tipping system to keep wages abysmally low. But sooner or later the growing discontent will find an outlet.
Teachers have come out on strike in all 55 counties of West Virginia to give the country an instruction in the ABCs of class struggle.
The problem of tech capital’s increasing dominance over our lives can only be solved through the overthrow of the capitalist system by the organized working class.
Socialists must start today to lay the foundations and framework for a future mass working-class socialist party.
Capitalist monopolies always spell disaster for workers’ interests—telecommunications is no different. Notching recent wins against the free flow of information, these predatory companies are out to consolidate power.
Having dominated the concentration of production in Seattle—occupying a fifth of the city’s total office space—the world’s largest internet retailer seeks another city to colonize.
Successful strikes require preparation and leadership with a clear, class-independent vision. Our aim is not to let off steam but to challenge the bosses’ right to rule.
The prison-industrial complex is big business: the US now incarcerates more than 2.2 million people—the largest prison population in the world.
With the relatively high living standards of the postwar boom now long gone, the burning question of the US labor movement is — how can we fight back, and win?